Jobs and Fellowships
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The Policy Analyst will work in a team to formulate policy alternatives and solutions to create a just and prosperous future for all Washingtonians. The analyst will, among other things: analyze state budget and revenue trends and proposals; build and maintain databases of budget, revenue, social, and economic data; write policy briefs, blog posts, and longer research reports that include original quantitative analysis; and monitor and analyze state policy developments and economic trends. Click here to learn more and for application instructions.
Betty Jane Narver Fellowship - Stay tuned for call for applications in summer 2016
The Betty Jane Narver Fellowship is a six-month, graduate level policy position within the Budget & Policy Center. Click here to learn more about the fellowship and the application cycle.